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CNBC
Nov 12, 2012 7:00pm EST
already nailed shut as it is. >> do you think president obama -- all right. i am giving him the benefit of all the doubts, just got re-elected and i say to him fine. do you think president obama will let his epa do what you are describing? do you think president obama will try to throttle the epa back? >> look, for the first three years of the obama administration, we saw every negative behavior towards the oil and gas industry that was possible. suddenly in january 2012, we had this suddenly announced all in, all the above energy strategy which didn't mark with all the actions of the prior three years. my guess is my prediction is that we go back to the original obama administration which is negative towards fossil energy, coal will be diminishing in effect over the next four years. >> they are going to take coal out. epa will take coal out. that's what they want. >> exactly. they want it gone. there will be a demonstration this sunday at the white house against the keystone pipeline. they will march around the white house and pull out thousands of people and it will be a sierr
CNBC
Nov 13, 2012 7:00pm EST
president obama i'm givie ining him the benefit of doubt. and i'm going to say this, obama is to the right of the labor unions and the big laborral interest groups. you know why, i think obama is going to buy into his camp without raising the marginal tax rates and i think he will look at eligibility extension and cost of list reductions and i think he is a centerist right now. ji think he said we are going to compromise. if you are serious about it. he zoo tais talking to everybod. he is saying i'm going to talk to everybody. one other thing that i want to say, i was rereading the spees. president obama proposed this idea that then romney also proposed. so this idea has been out there for a while. but if we can agree on that flt that is the most important thing. number one the majority of the american support the position. math actually matters to the american people. >> you were doing so well until those last two points. james, you think i'm nuts? do you think there is not going to be a deal? >> because in all seriousness. after today's labor union meeting. so far i have not heard the la
CNBC
Nov 15, 2012 7:00pm EST
, president obama would be unemployed right now. what do i think he wants to do? i think he wants to pursue his ideology. i don't think it's about economy. he told us what his ideology is. he told us, you didn't do that. i'm in the middle of silicon valley. we did that. we invented things. we changed the world. the way you and i are talking to each other coast to coast, we did that. it wasn't the government because they put in sidewalks and put stripes on the roads. but he believes that people -- that entrepreneurs and businesses don't do stuff. he believes the large, collective central organization, the government, is what does stuff. >> how do we get the free market back, t.j.? how do we get this whole great american economic country of ours back on the free market path? that's what i need to know. >> let me give you the bad answer. i think it's probably an accurate answer. we've had 12 years of economic mismanagement. this is not an obama/democrat problem. this is a bush/republican/obama/democrat problem. 12 years of bad economic management. i believe we're going to have to suffer
CNBC
Nov 16, 2012 7:00pm EST
territory from where these missiles are coming from, larry. >> all right. but let me go back to one other thing. are you saying -- you've been in the foreign service. you've been an ambassador. you're saying that president obama will really not take a side here? he will not take a position here? i have not heard him on the subject of hamas. he has criticized them. but i haven't heard him really bear down, it's a terrorist thug group. and do you think that he doesn't get the egyptians that are playing footsie with hamas? the egyptian prime minister, the number two guy was in gaza today with the prime minister of hamas, or whatever he's called. do you think obama doesn't get that? you really think he's going to try to play both sides against the middle? >> no, i -- look, he does get it. he talked to the israeli prime minister. i have confidence that the americans understand that israel cannot tolerate these types of missile attacks. and for all intents and purposes i suspect that the administration gave the israelis a green light. but of course they're concerned, as the israelis are, over w
CNBC
Nov 19, 2012 7:00pm EST
going to be easy. mr. obama called a couple of ceos over the weekend. i'd say right now there is just as good a chance for a stalemate as there is for a solution. last word? >> i'm willing to bet we will get something patched over before the end of the year. worst case over you go over to january 1, 2, 3, no big crisis. we've been through this stuff before. >> thank you very much. coming up on kudlow, with israel and hamas on the verge of a ground war, a cease fire could be within reach. is either side really ready to back down? the country is on the verge of attacks that could throw us into recession? yes. ultra leftist now calling for a 91% tax rate. it is, folks, easily the dumbest thing i have ever heard and don't forget free market capitalism is the best path to prosperity. i'm kudlow. we'll be right back. americans believe they should be in charge of their own future. how they'll live tomorrow. for more than 116 years, ameriprise financial has worked for their clients' futures. helping millions of americans retire on their terms. when they want. where they want. doing what they
CNBC
Nov 14, 2012 7:00pm EST
words, david, why should the gop say to obama, all right, we didn't want $1.6 trillion of revenues, but we'll give you another $800 billion of revenues. >> that's a lot. >> that's a lot of money, david webb. do you think that's money well spent? do you think the gop should compromise on that? what's that all about? >> no, i don't think they should. i think what they should do, larry, instead of getting into the argument that keith wants to have, let's look at the policy. how do we raise revenues to the government without changing -- we have tax reform, you mentioned it, we need tax reform. we have got to change some of the things within the tax code. we've got to free up corporations so they can make money. then we can talk about getting rid of subsidies. this government is looking to simply take money in and tell us that they know how to spend it better than we do. you saw the market reaction after election day, down 300-plus. you see the market going down. that's because even though we're the last best hope basically against europe or greece or anybody else, we're getting investment i
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